Evolution and the new adventure


Yes that’s right evolution, Darwin’s theory mixed with a large scoop of freshly collected lessons means that after we consulted the cosmos, its time for we Brightflames to evolve.

Walking into a flame and crisping the outer surface, removing the oversized filters from our chests, slicing flesh and bone and finally removing the precious hooves that saved us time and again from the dreaded shopping trips.

We all has or reasons for them, now we all have put reasons for the next step in our evolutionary journey. The lessons learned will last a life time, and most likely take postgraduates a standard year to understand and catalogue. But try as they may our reasons fulfilled the very nature of our journey. And we regret nothing!

So now we shop. We explore the new adventure in stores, with “normal”chests and of course the ability to wear clothes previously out of bounds to us. The choices we made the reasons the truths we shared along that journey will not be lost.

For my part the blatant childish remarks and downright rudeness of some sim owners people of supposed wisdom and of course the brain dead will, though not publicised be regarded and kept close.

Indeed one person that was positively disgusting when describing my chest went on to remark that he could never trust anyone with such enormous revolting displays on the front of my body. Which considering everything including the fact I am rather well endowed in real life I should be insulted but to be fair it made me smile to think this was exactly and with due precision the main reason I wore mine as long as I did….. And I feel sorry that this person based his trust upon bra size, has revealed the shadow core of his education. The old saying “pitied rather than scolded” comes to mind but then hey its Hollywood all over isn’t it?

And to the feeling that we must evolve, comes a point that orca tended to remind me, ” if you are going to change it, you might as well change all of it. ” so let’s do just at that!

Family additions include but are not restricted to the following family members;-

Jade “cheeks” Brightflame™ Brigadier General US Marines. President of the Leathernecks MC and Roses daughter.

Salome “Anvil” Brightflame™ Glider Paintress and Lead pilot of the KTGC Sister!

Efini ” Chuckles” Brightflame™ Sister! Braces Daughter.

Silk ” laces” Brightflame™ seamstress mesh make and Biancas GF! Sister!

In addition to this, I have decided to update and upgrade the blog. Yes me darlings it’s time to update picture colors and content. New bodies, New Outlook.

Oh and did I mention? we now have an AWAC fitted aircraft? Yep changes in so many ways BUT one thing remains constant! My love for the trium, the rock that balances the world.


i know i said i wouldn`t but this is important!!!!


thShoe maker Christian Louboutin has won a key European legal battle to protect his products’ signature red soles as a trademark.

The European Court of Justice ruled in favour of the French luxury brand after it sought to prevent Dutch high street chain Van Haren from selling its own versions of high-heeled shoes with red soles.
Its ruling centred on whether the red soles should be considered to consist exclusively of a “shape” – in which case it would not have been entitled to trademark protection.
Louboutin had brought the case in the Netherlands after Van Haren began selling red-soled shoes in 2012, and a district court in The Hague referred it to the ECJ.
The ECJ’s advocate general, who provides legal advice to the court, had found against Louboutin, but the judges rejected this advice.
A “sign” which consists exclusively of a shape cannot be trademarked in EU law.
But the judges found that while a shape does create an outline for the colour on Louboutin’s red soles, that shape was not what the trademark was seeking to protect.
They ruled that the mark at issue “does not relate to a specific shape of sole for high-heeled shoes”.
The “shape” was simply the outline for showing where the colour was located on the bottom of the shoe, the court found.
Having had this point of law settled, the case now returns to the Dutch court for a final judgment.
Founded in 1991, Louboutin, whose footwear typically retails for more than £500, is a high-end fashion favourite made popular by celebrities including the stars of Sex and the City.
The company welcomed the judgment, saying in a statement: “The protection of Christian Louboutin’s red sole trademark is strengthened by the European Court of Justice.”

In 2012, it won a similar case in the US.

Rethinking the thoughts of the revisionist.


Time passes in a different flow to life in the world outside. Have you noticed? the world slips away into a void, a chasm of silence while you’re in here, in this world inside a box in a mountain somewhere in those untied states. (not a spelling mistake!) We all connect there, even those that never touch or speak. but there in that space, we connect.

After deep soul-searching. I have come to the conclusion that this blog has become a nightmare release, a way to vent my world, instead of the world in which I live, I breathe, I feel the real world of second life. The underground network of truth shown bare-assed. As I seal the lid on the paint tin of real-time thoughts, I am reminded by a past, of failures and pain, that I tried to bring Life to the stillness of mesh. and to splash moment`s of colour on a grey world is a goal for all humans.

So time to leave the madness of insanity alone, slice through the veins of the arms of my form, suckle the bloodstream of that richness which we crave, and let the insanity of real life to deal with its own mistakes without my highlighting them.

After all, there are plenty of blogs out there which deal with the morality of insanity.



Emily Thornberry MP, Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary, responding to the killing of Palestinians in Gaza today, said:

Emily Thornberry MP, Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary, responding to the killing of Palestinians in Gaza today, said:

“We condemn unreservedly the Israeli government for their brutal, lethal and utterly unjustified actions on the Gaza border, and our thoughts are with all those Palestinians in Gaza whose loved ones have been killed or injured as a result.

“These actions are made all the worse because they come not as the result of a disproportionate over-reaction to one day’s protests, but as the culmination of six weeks of an apparently systemic and deliberate policy of killing and maiming unarmed protestors and bystanders who pose no threat to the forces at the Gaza border, many of them shot in the back, many of them shot hundreds of metres from the border, and many of them children.

“Throughout that six-week period, the UN’s Secretary General has been calling for an independent investigation into these incidents, one that should urgently determine whether international law has been broken, and hold the Netanyahu government to account for their actions. The UK should lead calls for the UN Security Council to order such an investigation today.

“These incidents must also be the catalyst for urgent and concerted international pressure on the Netanyahu government to lift the blockade on Gaza, and end Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories. No longer can Netanyahu act as a law unto himself, under the protection of the Trump administration, whose decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem today has further inflamed the situation.

“In the meantime, we urge the Israeli forces serving on the Gaza border to show some long-overdue responsibility to their fellow human beings, and stop this vicious and utterly avoidable slaughter of peaceful protesters demanding the right to return to their homes.”


” I   cant add   words  finer than she   brings to the  voice of sanity …..”


Congratulations Donald trump tweets…

“We Will Not Go Down (Song For Gaza)”

A blinding flash of white light
Lit up the sky over Gaza tonight
People running for cover
Not knowing whether they’re dead or alive

They came with their tanks and their planes
With ravaging fiery flames
And nothing remains
Just a voice rising up in the smoky haze

We will not go down
In the night, without a fight
You can burn up our mosques and our homes and our schools
But our spirit will never die
We will not go down
In Gaza tonight

Women and children alike
Murdered and massacred night after night
While the so-called leaders of countries afar
Debated on who’s wrong or right

But their powerless words were in vain
And the bombs fell down like acid rain
But through the tears and the blood and the pain
You can still hear that voice through the smoky haze

We will not go down
In the night, without a fight
You can burn up our mosques and our homes and our schools
But our spirit will never die

We will not go down
In Gaza tonight

We will not go down
In the night, without a fight
You can burn up our mosques and our homes and our schools
But our spirit will never die

We will not go down
In the night, without a fight

We will not go down
In Gaza tonight

Toll for Gaza protests rises to 61 as baby dies from tear gas, with more protests expected

Ahead of another day of protests, the death toll for those killed by Israeli forces at the Gaza boundary fence climbed to 61 on Tuesday after an infant died overnight from tear gas inhalation along with two others, according to local health officials.

Monday’s protests drew a level of bloodshed not seen in Gaza since a 2014 war with Israel and more could be ahead as residents bury the dead and prepare to mark the anniversary of Israel’s founding, known to Palestinians as the “Nakba,” or “Catastrophe.”

More than two-thirds of Gaza’s population is descended from refugees who were displaced at the time of Israel’s creation 70 years ago.

Israeli officials, however, justified the military’s tactics as necessary to stop the Palestinians from breaking into Israel, which has blockaded Gaza for more than a decade after the militant group Hamas took control of the area.

The death toll more than doubled the number of Palestinians killed in Gaza during six weeks of demonstrations, dubbed the “March of Return,” and came on the same day that a new U.S. Embassy opened in Jerusalem.

The embassy move from Tel Aviv has been widely denounced as a blow to peace efforts in the region and a slap at Palestinians, who consider part of Jerusalem the capital of a possible future state.

Tuesday’s protests to mark the Nakba, however, are expected to be significantly smaller, after the organizing committee called for a day of mourning after Monday’s bloodshed.

More than 2,700 people were injured, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza, including 1,359 from live ammunition. The dead included at least seven children under the age of 18, among them a 15-year-old girl, the ministry said. The baby was 8 months old and died after inhaling tear gas at the main protest area east of Gaza City, it added.

The U.N. human rights spokesman, Rupert Colville, said Tuesday that while Israel had a right to defend itself, lethal force should be a last resort and was not justified on people just approaching the fence. He condemned Monday’s “appalling deadly violence.”

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas also condemned the continuing “massacre” of the Palestinian people. Turkey and South Africa announced they were recalling their ambassadors from Israel.

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim called on Muslim countries to review their ties with Israel in the wake of the violence.

Netanyahu later attacked Turkish President Recep Erdogan on Twitter, saying that he “is one of the great supporters of Hamas, and there is no doubt that he understands terror and the massacres well, and I suggest that he not preach morality to us.”

Israeli newspapers on Tuesday, contrasted the upbeat inauguration ceremony for the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem with pictures of the violence on the border but couched it in terms of the country protecting itself.

“Every country must protect its borders,” wrote Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a tweet. “Hamas is a terrorist organization that states its intention to destroy Israel and it sends thousands of people to breach the border fence to realize this goal. We will continue to act firmly to protect our sovereignty and our citizens.”

He was backed by the Trump administration, which blamed Hamas for the loss of life.

AND THAT  ^  is   condoned  by  ALL that  wear that  FLAG  ..   Blaming Hamas  for    requesting the return of STOLEN land,  homes and lives. 70  years of   theft  rape  murder torture.   how  you may ask ?


WELL they  use these !!!

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